Friday, 1 November 2019

Beautiful Autumn Days

Thank you so much to everyone who left comments on my last post. They were all so thoughtful and kind, they really lifted me on what was a down day. Bud seems a bit brighter today and we are aiming for small targets at a time with him and intend to make each day as happy and comfortable as possible.
 I went out walking with Tess and Cassie yesterday and it was such a sunny day. The colours are so beautiful at this time of the year. We are so lucky to have so many mature trees around us and I never take them for granted. Our area is named after the beech trees around us so they must have been a feature for years. I collect old photos and they were regularly photographed 120 years ago.


 I think I'm lucky to live in a place named after trees. When I was walking my boots were crunching on all the beech nuts on the ground and I have thought I'm going to look into growing my own beech tree from one of these trees around me. I'm sure I can find a video on Youtube about it! One day if we move I can plant it and watch it grow and remember the lovely walks I have had around here.




 I hope everyone has a lovely day and gets to enjoy some autumn sunshine or spring sunshine if you are lucky enough to be enjoying that at the moment. xx

8 comments:

  1. I love Autumn and we have had some beautiful sunny days this last week. Today we are back to rain so no walking out but I have things to do in the house where it is nice and cosy.
    What a lovely idea to grow a beech tree.
    Hugs-x-

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  2. It is a beautiful time in nature.

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  3. Hi Jane,
    I was very moved by your post about Bud yesterday, but although Buds precious life is slowly coming to an end, just think of all the joy you have given each other.
    Marlene, x

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  4. We have beech woods near us. Pinched four seedlings 20 years ago and they now form part of the hedge at the end of the garden.

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  5. Somehow I missed your post yesterday. Just read it and it brought tears to my eyes. Lots of love to you all.
    I find a lot of old black and white pictures are so charming in their simplicity as there is no colour to detract from the composition. But I also love the colours in modern photos. There is no pleasing some people!

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  6. I don't see why you couldn't grow a Beech tree from one of those nuts. I've never seen a Beech tree. They grow mainly in Eastern Canada and they have been attacked by some disease these last years. That's really too bad.

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  7. What beautiful trees, it must be delight to walk under them.
    Yes, have a go at growing one it would so sweet to nurture one right from the start.
    X

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  8. Beautiful photos Jane, the trees look amazing when they change colour. What a gorgeous area to walk with Tess and Cassie♥ Most of the trees here are evergreen and I so miss the deciduous trees:( Hope you've had a wonderful weekend, goes far too quickly doesn't it xx

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